Structured Training Program Helps Diabetics Keep Blood Sugar in Control
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"For a person to just assume that they can [test their blood sugar] a few times, get it right, and assume they have a handle on their own body's awareness of blood sugar changes, could be misleading and a little dangerous" he says. "If you're going to [determine your blood sugar level based on your body's subtle cues], you need to take a continuous program over a number of weeks or months where you get feedback in order to get a good feel for how often you're right and how often you're not right."